Regent Suvarnabhumi Hotel
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We have arrived safe and sound in Bangkok! It's was a long but an uneventful flight. Apron our arrival we learned that there is a political protest going on in downtown Bangkok (which is where we are staying tomorrow) and that it could potentially be a little dicey down there. So tomorrow could be interesting:). We plan on talking to the tourist …
Finally make it to Bangkok! The airport was pretty busy but everything went quite smoothly (no bags lost, so that’s always a bonus!). It was about 11pm, after the longest plane ride ever, so I was pretty much a zombie trying to find my shuttle. I had to walk all the way down the exit part of the airport to finally find my name (my hotel …
As we right, we are sat in our airport hotel room, supidly excited about coming home tomorrow. Alex, currently pacing the room frantically, is grilling me on every last detail in our plans for the morning. After Kuala Lumpur, we spent our last few days in Bangkok with Tiggy and Toby. We visited the Grand Palace, which was very impressive and very …
See my review of this hotel. I was shocked to be still awake (perhaps thinking about the research sojourn to Cambodia upcoming in this blog). 50 kilometers from Bangkok, and for the first layover, it is all right because you are so completely blotto from fifteen hours in the air and two airport stays.
Morning in Thailand and standing last …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegent Suvarnabhumi Hotel Bangkok
The room was clean and has good air conditioning. The only down side is we cannot get on to the wifi network.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.